Bookbinding, and the Care of Books, by Douglas Cockerell

Reproductions of Bindings

I., II., AND III.
Fifteenth Century Blind-Tooled Bindings

IV.
Sixteenth Century Binding with Simple Gold-Tooling

V., VI., VII., AND VIII.
Modern Bindings Designed by the Author

German Fifteenth Century. Pigskin. Actual size, 8¾″ × 6¼″.
I. — German Fifteenth Century. Pigskin. Actual size, 8¾″ × 6¼″.

German Fifteenth Century. Calf. Actual size 12½″ × 8½″.
II. — German Fifteenth Century. Calf. Actual size 12½″ × 8½″.

Italian Fifteenth Century. Sheepskin, with coloured roundels. Actual size, 11½″ × 8¼″.
III. — Italian Fifteenth Century. Sheepskin, with coloured roundels. Actual size, 11½″ × 8¼″.

Italian Sixteenth Century. Actual size, 12½″ × 8½″. Goatskin.
IV. — Italian Sixteenth Century. Actual size, 12½″ × 8½″. Goatskin.

Half Niger morocco, with sides of English oak. Actual size, 17″ × 11½″.
V. — Half Niger morocco, with sides of English oak. Actual size, 17″ × 11½″.

Niger morocco, inlaid green leaves. Actual size, 8¼″ × 5½″.
VI. — Niger morocco, inlaid green leaves. Actual size, 8¼″ × 5½″.

Green levant, inlaid with lighter green panel and red dots. Actual size, 6¾″ × 4½″.
VII. — Green levant, inlaid with lighter green panel and red dots. Actual size, 6¾″ × 4½″.

Niger morocco, executed by a student of the Central School of Arts and Crafts. Actual size, 11¾″ × 9¼″.
VIII. — Niger morocco, executed by a student of the Central School of Arts and Crafts. Actual size, 11¾″ × 9¼″.

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